Template:Schaff-Herzog/sandbox

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 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainJackson, Samuel Macauley, ed. (1914). "article name needed". New Schaff–Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge (third ed.). London and New York: Funk and Wagnalls. 

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Usage[edit]

This template indicates that an article incorporates text from the third edition New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge (1908–1914), which is now in the public domain.

Quick explanation (aide-mémoire)[edit]

The template can be placed in different locations and depending on the what it is required the parameters can be mixed and matched:

Parameters Example Note
{{Schaff-Herzog |title= |url= |first= |last= |volume= |pages=}}  This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainDrexler, W. (1908). "Abraxas". In Jackson, Samuel Macauley. New Schaff–Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge 1 (third ed.). London and New York: Funk and Wagnalls. pp. 16,17.  some additional information: title, url to the external page; the first and last names of the author of the article, the volume and page [number]s.

Detailed notes[edit]

This template is wrapper around {{cite Schaff-Herzog}}. In its default mode it attributes text to an article from the third edition of the New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge.

This template calls {{cite Schaff-Herzog}} that automatically sets some of the parameters passed for example "publisher = Funk and Wagnalls Co". Over and above the standard parameter passed into {{cite Schaff-Herzog}} there are some additional parameters and those are listed below in a separate table from the table of parameters passed into {{cite encyclopedia}}.

Minimum is:{{DCBL|title=Schaff-Herzog article name}}.

Full set is:{{Schaff-Herzog |inline=| noicon= |no-prescript= |author= |last= |first= |authorlink= |coauthors= |title= |url= |accessdate= |volume= |page= |pages=}}

Additional parameters
Parameter Note
inline=1 Alters the prescript from "This article incorporates text from ..." to "One or more of the preceding sentences incorporates text ..."
noicon=1 Suppresses the lead icon.
no-prescript=1 Suppresses the prescript.
Parameters passed into {{cite Schaff-Herzog}}
Parameter Set to Notes
last= author= or last= If author= and last= are set the value of last= is used.
first= first= Set to the value of first= or not set
authorlink= authorlink= Set to the value of authorlink= or not set
coauthors= coauthors= Unlikely to be needed but can be set
Samuel Macauley Automatically set within the template
editor-last= Jackson Automatically set within the template
encyclopedia= New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge (1907–1914) Automatically set within the template
title= title= Set to title= if set. If not set then puts up a red super script warning string "article name needed" The red text links to an article subsection with a listing of links the online volumes of the Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia.
url= url= Set to the value of url= or not set
accessdate= accessdate= Set to the value of accessdate= or not set
language= Not set
edition= third Automatically set within the template
date= Not set (see year)
year= 1908–1912 Automatically set within the template depending on the volume number. Not set if volume not set.
month= Not set
publisher= Funk and Wagnalls Co Automatically set within the template
volume= volume= Set to the value of volume= or not set
location= London and New York Automatically set within the template
id= Not set
isbn= Not set
oclc= Not set
doi= Not set
page= page= Set to the value of page= or not set
pages= pages= Set to the value of pages= or not set
quote= Not set
ref= harv Automatically set within the template. It means that {{sfn}} and {{harvnb}} link to this template. (If you need to ask don't worry about it)

Hidden categories[edit]

This template adds the category Category:Wikipedia articles incorporating text from the Schaff-Herzog to the articles it is used in.

The template calls {{Cite Schaff-Herzog}} and depending on the parameters used it also adds the following hidden categories:

For an overview group category of the above see:Category:Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the Schaff-Herzog

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]